I understand your initial thought in seeing a cat muzzle, but you have to remember that a cat is not going to wear a muzzle the way a dog does.
A cat will be put in a muzzle generally to administer much needed medical treatment, that the cat itself would be resistant to because of fear.
Also,something as simple as trimming claws or maybe some types of grooming.
The cat itself can be normally a friendly house cat that just freaks under certain circumstances or a feral that is stressed to the max.
If a cat can't see where to administer its damage, it is extremely helpful to the vet or whoever has to tend to the cat.
Cat bites often become infected quickly and can get very messy, even more so then a dog's. Not to mention the multitude of scratches if the cat had the opportunity to administer.
Hopefully that helped ease the dislike of seeing a cat muzzle.
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